Nikki Haley's NH campaign director lobbied for 'dark money' Biden backers in 2020 election

The Sixteen Thirty Fund received over $14 million from George Soros' Open Society Foundation


Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley's state director in New Hampshire for her presidential campaign lobbied in 2020 on behalf of the Democrat dark money organization, Sixteen Thirty Fund, which helped get Joe Biden elected. 

According to lobbying disclosures obtained by the Washington Examiner, Tyler Clark worked with the Sixteen Thirty Fund in 2020, which is managed by the Arabella Advisors network and spent more than $410 million in the 2020 election. 

The Sixteen Thirty Fund received over $14 million from George Soros' Open Society Foundation in 2020 alone and is being investigated by the Washington DC attorney general's office for allegations of financial misstatement as part of a broader investigation against the Arabella network. 

The revelation comes just days after a backer for the Haley campaign bragged that her campaign has many democrat donors. Donor Andy Sabin told Fox News's Neil Cavuto that the campaign was "raising a tremendous amount of money." 

"Believe it or not," he added, "a number of it [is] coming from Democrats." 

This followed a report that showed that 43 percent of people who voted for Haley in the Iowa caucus would vote for President Joe Biden if Donald Trump was the party's nominee.

Earlier this week Haley dropped out of a CNN debate with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ahead of the New Hampshire primary. "We've had five great debates in this campaign," she said on X.

"Unfortunately, Donald Trump has ducked all of them. He has nowhere left to hide. The next debate I do will either be with Donald Trump or with Joe Biden. I look forward to it," Haley added. 

After placing third in Iowa Haley looks to make a strong showing in the Granite State in an effort to keep her hopes of becoming president alive. 

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